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JUMBLE SALE South Bab Congbkgationai, Schoolroom SATURDAY, MAY 3rd at 2.30 p.m. Admission 2d.

JUMBLE SALE South Bab Congbkgationai, Schoolroom SATURDAY, MAY 3rd at 2.30 p.m. Admission 2d.

April 24, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
More _ prices are to lie freed

More _ prices are to lie freed

Carpets, candles and hollowware will be freed from price control tomorrow. the Board of Trade announces today. The Board of Trade says that this has become possible because stocks are good and the outlook for supplies of the raw materials Used is now satisfactory. Appropriate or
April 24, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Speakman 'happy to be back'

Speakman 'happy to be back'

IN KOREA.. Welitledly. Pte. William Speakman. V C.. is soldiering again: He returned to the Korean battlefront yesterday from home leave during which he received his V.C. from the Queen Major Jackson. adjutant of the King's Own Scottish Borderers. who met Speakman at a Korean ai
April 24, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Home and Colonial's £2,103,061 profit

Home and Colonial's £2,103,061 profit

aROLTP trading profit& of Horne and Colonial Stores, before tax. were £2.103.061 for fifty-three weeks. against £2.036.076 for the fifty-two weeks of 1950. The 1950 figures have been adjusted to include the results of Maypole Dairy, the balance of whose shares was acquired last
April 24, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Medical officer's

Medical officer's

plea for aged Dr. R. C. Wofinden. Deputy Medical Officer for Bristol, told the Medical Officers Section of the Royal Sanitary Institute Congress in Margate yesterday that everything should be done to foster the spirit of sturdy independence found in most aged people. One of the
April 24, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Yorks soldier in Belgian car crash

Yorks soldier in Belgian car crash

BRUSSELS. Wednesday - - - - - Belgian military authorities tonight identified three British soldiers injured in a car crash near Turnhout last night as Sgt. George Draper. Gosport. Hampshire. Pte. John Gardiner, of Paignton. Devon. and Pte. John D. Bagley. of Gilling Road, Richm
April 24, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
ford Cadets! Wool trade's tax approach to Minister

ford Cadets! Wool trade's tax approach to Minister

EPRESENTATIVES of the 140 Wool Textile Delegation, Bradford, which acts on behalf of all employers* organisations in the IBritish wool textile Industry. will I meet Sir Arthur Salter, Minister 1 for Economic Affairs, at the 'Treasury tomorrow for discussions on purchase tax, the
April 24, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
HOME RIEFNEWS Gave life in vain for pal IN B A23-Y EAR-OLD employee of Mors toot-and-mouthe Two more the Tredegar

HOME RIEFNEWS Gave life in vain for pal IN B A23-Y EAR-OLD employee of Mors toot-and-mouthe Two more the Tredegar

(Monmouthshire) I cases of foot-and-mouth disease branch of the South Wales Gas were reported at Lower Tean. near Board, Jack O'Leary, lost his life Cheadle. Staffordshire. last night. in an attempt to save the life of Wins gold The gold medal his matt, Tom Harris, when he was o
April 24, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
.. CLIFFS With sefloor, ' open ease. 4y wl costly ~ and grate). k (with _ rustic br, grate. (with

.. CLIFFS With sefloor, ' open ease. 4y wl costly ~ and grate). k (with _ rustic br, grate. (with

oo r e d w kitchen _ ample store cupboards'. illery. First floor. thee. aosi splendid be -we (two with flrepl , one with ' _...-.4 wardrobe and one wl h. and C. wash-basin). bathroom an we, with heated towel airer. Seco* floor. two large bedrooms and two storerooms. Basement, go
April 24, 1952 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England